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IMPACT OF INFORMATION LITERACY AND LEARNER CHARACTERISTICS ON LEARNING BEHAVIOR OF JAPANESE STUDENTS IN ONLINE COURSES

@inproceedings{Nakayama2008IMPACTOI,
  title={IMPACT OF INFORMATION LITERACY AND LEARNER CHARACTERISTICS ON LEARNING BEHAVIOR OF JAPANESE STUDENTS IN ONLINE COURSES},
  author={Minoru Nakayama and Hiroh Yamamoto and Rowena Santiago},
  year={2008}
}
This paper investigated the effects of information literacy on learning behavior, and measured various indices of learner characteristics in fully online and hybrid courses at a Japanese university. In fully online courses, some factor scores for information literacy were found to be significantly higher in face-to-face than hybrid courses. The information literacy scores of masters students were also found to be significantly higher than bachelor students. Results of causal analyses indicate… 

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